Anni Dewani's family in London for inquest
The family are hoping that Shrien Dewani will be questioned under oath tomorrow.
LONDON - The family of Anni Dewani who was murdered while on her honeymoon in Cape Town almost five years ago, are in London for her inquest tomorrow.
Relatives are hoping her widower Shrien Dewani will be called as a witness.
He was accused of orchestrating her murder but was acquitted in the Western Cape High Court.
Dewani allegedly hired three South African men who were jailed for their role in the murder.
One has since died in prison.
Anni's family have attended every single court date in the UK in a bid to find out the truth about what happened to the 28-year-old.
So far they say they still haven't heard from Dewani and are hoping the British inquest into her death would change that.
They're calling on the Coroner, Andrew Walker, to demand Dewani attend proceedings as a witness.
However, under British law even if this does happen, Dewani would not have to answer any questions which might incriminate himself.
The inquest is due to resume at 11:00am tomorrow.
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